6-8 June 2016, Rennes, France


European Doctoral College on Environment and Health (EDCEH)
EDCEH will be held at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique of Rennes (EHESP). The EHESP is located at 15 minutes from city centre by metro. For further information, please see Maps below.
The address is: Avenue Léon Bernard, 35043 RENNES.

Rennes is located at the entrance of Brittany; it is a major crossroads and is easily accessible from the surrounding bypasses. The park and ride car parks Poterie, Kennedy, Villejean-Université and Henri Fréville on the outskirts of the city allow you to park your car and travel to the city centre by metro or bus (parking free with a valid public transport ticket).
For further information : www.rennes.fr

How to come to Rennes
By train
It takes just two hours to travel from Rennes to Paris, and there are high-speed TGV trains once every half hour on average. There are direct high-speed TGV lines to Lille, Lyon and Marseille. For further information: www.sncf.com / www.tgv.com.

By plane
Rennes Metropolitan district airport, 7km from the centre of Rennes, is ideally located in the heart of western France and offers flights to over 120 destinations, including 17 direct routes. Access: Bypass, exit n°8, direction Saint-Nazaire/Redon.
For further information: www.rennes.aeroport.fr
Direct flights:
• Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris-Roissy CDG, Strasbourg, Toulouse : www.airfrance.fr
• Southampton : www.flybe.com
• Madrid (and access to a wide range of connections for 36 destinations in Spain): www.iberia.fr
• Dublin, June to October: www.aerlingus.com
• Bâle-Mulhouse, Bordeaux : www.airlinair.com

Maps: Location of the Campus Villejean (Rennes-1) in Rennes


Updated on 15/06/2017